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Facebook Introduces New APIs For Comment Replies Facebook Introduces New APIs For Comment Replies

In late March, Facebook launched a new commenting system for Pages that allows users to reply to comments. The new system is on an opt-in basis for now, and Facebook has a few API tips to keep in mind if …

Facebook’s Threaded and Reorganized Comments Go Live for Pages on an Opt-in Basis Facebook’s Threaded and Reorganized Comments Go Live for Pages on an Opt-in Basis
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As expected, Facebook has just rolled out their new Replies feature for Pages. Starting today, you can choose to turn on Replies for your page. The new feature changes the way post comments are shown and organized, and it allows …

Facebook’s Threaded and Reorganized Comments Rolling Out Next Week Facebook’s Threaded and Reorganized Comments Rolling Out Next Week

Back in November of 2012, Facebook began testing a new commenting format for page posts. The new system added comments threads, allowing users to reply to specific comments, and also implemented a new ranking algorithm that sorts comments by their …

Facebook Tests New Comment Threads and Ranking for Page Posts Facebook Tests New Comment Threads and Ranking for Page Posts

Yo dawg, I heard you like comments… Facebook is currently testing a redesign of its commenting system for Page posts that will allow users to reply to specific comments and will also sort them based on an algorithm. Some pages …

Twitter Cuts Out Replies From Verified Accounts’ Timelines Twitter Cuts Out Replies From Verified Accounts’ Timelines

One of the most endearing qualities a celebrity, brand, or otherwise verified Twitter account can have is user engagement. Sure, it’s interesting to follow them for the humor, the information, or the insight into their day-to-day lives. But if Twitter …

Wonder What Percentage of Tweets are Retweets?
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HubSpot is the latest organization to release a study on Twitter usage, and shockingly manages to give us some insight that we have not really seen yet this week.

Twitter Changes How Users View Replies

Update 2: Biz posted on the blog again showing that Twitter is taking users’ feelings on the matter seriously:

So here’s what we’re planning to do. First, we’re making a change such that any updates beginning with @username (that are not explicitly created by clicking on the reply icon) will be seen by everyone following that account. This will bring back some serendipity and discovery and we can do this very soon.